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Ohio Mysteries

Jan 28, 2021

It has rained on the PGA's Memorial Golf Tournament in Dublin, Ohio in 23 of the last 30 years. Could Wyandot Chief Leatherlips be cursing the event? After all, the event takes place next to his final resting place, and the same weekend as his gruesome death in 1810.

Jan 25, 2021

In 1984, David Bocks disappeared during a routine shift at the Fernald, Ohio plant where uranium was processed for U.S. nuclear weapons. With some of his belongings later found in a vat of liquified sludge, his gruesome fate was all but certain. But did he commit suicide, or was he silenced for vocalizing safety...

Jan 21, 2021

In 1982, someone beat 17-year-old Sharon Ward on the head, then slashed her wrists and left her in a Toledo-area cornfield, challenging her to save herself. Nearly 40 years later, Oregon Police have released a name and photos of a "person of interest" as they try to close in on her killer.

Jan 18, 2021

The Warren Commission concluded Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone when he killed President John F. Kennedy in 1963. But New Orleans District Attorney Jim Garrison was convinced Cleveland native David Ferrie played a role, and Ferrie died two days after Garrison announced his investigation.

Jan 14, 2021

Harriet Beecher Stowe spurred support for abolishing slavery when she published Uncle Tom's Cabin in 1851. When she revealed her fictional characters were based on real ones, the hunt was on for Eliza, the heroine who escaped with her baby by running over chunks of ice floating on the Ohio River. Did that really...